Harrison Ford's 'The Fugitive' Gets 20th Anniversary Edition
The zombie love story "Warm Bodies" also gets a Blu-ray release date.
The Fugitive, the Harrison Ford-Tommy Lee Jones thriller that's one of the best movies of the 1990s, celebrates its 20th anniversary with a special Blu-ray edition.
The Fugitive 20th Anniversary Blu-ray will hit stores Sept. 3 in an anniversary edition that includes a new featurette, The Fugitive: Thrill of the Chase, which will have new interviews with Ford, Jones, director Andrew Davis and others. (Here’s hoping Ford will be in talkative form.)
The Blu-ray will also include the pilot of the show The WB tried to re-launch in 2000.
In case you forgot, Fugitive received seven Oscar nominations, including one for best picture when the category only had five slots. Jones won an Academy Award for best supporting actor.
Meanwhile ... one of the neatest movies of the year, Warm Bodies, will hit Blu-ray, DVD and VOD June 6. The early digital download window begins May 14.
Bodies, a left-of-center zombie movie released in February, made $66 million domestically and was directed by Jonathan Levine, who also helmed 50/50 and All the Boys Love Mandy Lane. It stars Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer. The Blu-ray comes with a ton a features – Zombie Acting Tips with Rob Corddry sounds fun – plus deleted scenes.
Out this week:
Jack Reacher, the surprisingly violent action thriller starring Tom Cruise, and Superman: Unbound, a DC animated feature based on a Geoff Johns-written Brainiac comic story. Matt Bomer voices Superman/Clark Kent while Stana Katic does Lois Lane.
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